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In an effort to make it easier and more efficient for you to find books to help you succeed in law school, the Ross-Blakley Law Library staff has created a Study Skills Collection. Located on the 3rd floor of the Law Library, the collection brings together an array of study aids, legal research and writing texts, exam, and Bar exam materials. Materials in the collection include:
Books and CDs in the Study Skills Collection may be checked out for two weeks and are renewable for an additional two loan periods. Flash Cards may be checked out for one week and are not renewable.
West Academic Study Aids are available online to all Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law students. Gilbert Law Summaries, Concise Hornbooks, Nutshells, Sum & Substance Quick Reviews, Exam Pro Series, and others covering more than 350 areas of law are available to you.
Whether you are a returning student or it is your first year in law school, you will find study aids for virtually every course you will take. All these titles are available for online viewing 24/7 and you can highlight, take notes and even print.
Please note: The first time you go to access the Study Aids Subscription, you will need to create a West Academic account. Use this link to Sign in or Create an Account.
So if your favorite study aid is checked out from the Law Library’s Study Skills Collection, no worries, just check to see if it is online.
Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aids provides unlimited online access to hundreds of titles. Some series that are available include:
Examples & Explanations
Emanuel Law Outlines
And much more!
Click here to access WK Online Study Aids.
You must be on the ASU campus to create an account. On the WK Study Aids home page, you will see Arizona State University College of Law in the upper right corner. Click To Personalize Login to create an account. Once you create an account, your WK login will ensure off-campus access to the study aids if you use this link: https://ebooks-aspenlaw-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/bookshelf. You will also be able to print, download, highlight, and take notes. You can download the WK Study Aids Mobile App and study anywhere.
The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law subscribes to the CALI Library of Lessons tutorials. CALI tutorials, written by law faculty and librarians from American law schools, are reviewed and revised on a regular basis. The lessons are designed to help you become accustomed to taking multiple-choice examinations and provide feedback to your answers. To access the law school's subscription to CALI, please visit our Using CALI page. Many of the over 1,000 CALI tutorials cover bar subjects.
You may access Law School Past Exams from the Law Library's web site. Many faculty members make their past exams available to students as a teaching aid. In an effort to provide students with the broadest possible access to past exams, the Law Library has placed them online. The online database consists of the past 10 years of administered exams. Some exams contain answers.